Russia Sanctions 200 U.S. Nationals, Biden Family Included

The Russian Foreign Ministry has sanctioned the following U.S. nationals in retaliation for American sanctions on the Russian Federation following the February 24th, 2022 invasion of Ukraine. Notable persons include the immediate family of U.S. President Biden. With these additions, the Russian Foreign Ministry has now sanctioned 1,073 Americans.

1. John Philip Abizaid – retired army general, adviser to the Minister of Defense of Ukraine;

2. Marvin Lee Adams – Deputy Head of the National Nuclear Security Administration at the US Department of Energy;

3. Andrew Adams (Andrew Adams) – head of the interagency working group of the US Department of Justice on monitoring the implementation of anti-Russian sanctions;

4. Roy Azevedo – Head of Raytheon Technologies’ Exploration and Space Division;

5. George Akerlof – husband of US Secretary of the Treasury J. Yellen;

6. Dmitry Alperovich (Dmitri Alperovich) – founder and chairman of the NGO “Silverado Policy Accelerator”;

7. Thomas Arnold Arseneault – President and Senior Executive Director of the American division of the B.A.I. Systems group of companies;

8. Nadin Arslanian – wife of Senator R. Menendez;

9. Valerie Biden Owens – sister of US President Joe Biden;

10. James Biden (James Brian Biden) – brother of US President Joe Biden;

11. Francis Willian Biden – brother of US President Joe Biden;

12. Margarita M. Balmaceda – Professor at Harvard University;

13. George C. Barnes – Deputy Director of the US National Security Agency;

14. Christopher Burdick, Senior Counsel, Office of Foreign Assets Control, US Department of the Treasury;

15. Richard Mauze Burr – Republican Senator from North Carolina;

16. Xavier Becerra – US Secretary of Health and Human Services;

17. Corry Bliss – partner of the PR company Plus Communications;

18. Mary Marsha Blackburn – Republican Senator from Tennessee;

19. Tammy Suzanne Green Baldwin – Democratic Senator from Wisconsin;

20. Brittany Beaulieu, Executive Director of the consulting firm Yorktown Solutions;

21. Barbara Jean Borgonovi, Senior Vice President, Corporate Strategy and Development, Raytheon Technologies;

22. John Bryant – Executive Vice President of Oshkosh Corporation and Head of its Defense Division;

23. Ian Arthur Bremmer – President and founder of the consulting company Urage Group;

24. David John Broadbent, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Exploration and Space, Raytheon Technologies;

25. Lael Brainard – Deputy Chairman of the US Federal Reserve;

26. Janusz Bugajski, member of the NGO Jamestown Foundation;

27. Fred W. Wagenhals, CEO and Chairman of the Board, Defense Company AMMO;

28. Iris Weinshall – wife of Senator C. Schumer;

29. Glen D. VanHerck – Commander of the Joint Command of the Aerospace Defense of the North American Continent and the Northern Command of the US Armed Forces;

30. Dick Weller – Doctor of the Pacific Northwest Laboratory, USA (Sela, Washington);

31. Thomas James Vilsack – US Secretary of Agriculture;

32. Neal Wolin – Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Brunswick PR agency;

33. Lynn Rosenman Garland – wife of US Attorney General M. Garland;

34. Amy Gowder, President and CEO, General Electric Aviation Military Systems;

35. George G. Grabowicz, Professor at Harvard University;

36. Tracey Gray – Vice President, Communications and External Affairs, Raytheon Technologies’ Exploration and Space Division;

37. Bradley Madsen Greve, Financial Director of the B.A.I. Systems group of companies;

38. Byron Green – Vice President, Global Operations, L3Harris Technologies;

39. Martin J. Gruenberg – Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation;

40. Cynthia A. Gruensfelder, Vice President and General Manager, Missile Systems and Weapons, The Boeing Company;

41. John Hoover – Senior Vice President, US National Defense University;

42. Ivo H. Daalder – Former US Permanent Representative to NATO;

43. Tammy Duckworth (Ladda Tammy Duckworth) – Democratic Senator from Illinois;

44. Alyssa Demus – expert of the RAND Corporation research center;

45. Frank A. St. John, COO of Lockheed Martin Corporation;

46. Chris Johnson, Senior Vice President, Maxar Technologies;

47. Peter Dickinson – Expert, NGO Atlantic Council;

48. Charles R. Davis, Vice President, L3Harris Technologies;

49. Steven David Daines – Republican Senator from Oklahoma;

50. Karine Jean-Pierre – White House Press Secretary;

51. William J. Ihlenfeld II, Attorney for the Northern District of West Virginia;

52. James Inhofe – Republican Senator from Oklahoma;

53. Jen Easterly, Director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Protection Agency at the US Department of Homeland Security;

54. Christopher Gerard Cavoli – Commander, US European Command and Supreme Commander, Allied NATO Forces Europe;

55. Kimberly Kagan – founder and president of the Institute for the Study of War;

56. Frederick W. Kagan, Senior Fellow and Project Manager, Critical Threat Analysis, Institute for the Study of War;

57. Colin Hackett Kahl – US Deputy Secretary of Defense;

58. Matthew Kaminski – journalist;

59. Shelley Wellons Moore Capito – Republican Senator from West Virginia;

60. Miguel Angel Cardona – US Secretary of Education;

61. Mara Karlin (Mara Elizabeth Karlin) – Deputy Secretary of Defense of the USA;

62. Thomas Carper (Thomas Richard Carper) – Democratic Senator from Delaware;

63. Jennifer Cafarella, Chief of Staff, Institute for the Study of War;

64. Frederick Kempe, President and CEO, NGO Atlantic Council;

65. Thomas Kent – Senior Fellow, NGO Jamestown Foundation;

66. William Morgan Cassidy – Republican Senator from Louisiana;

67. John Kennedy (John Neely Kennedy) – Republican Senator from Louisiana;

68. Kristen Clarke – US Deputy Attorney General;

69. Theodore Colbert III, Chief Executive Officer, Division of The Boeing Company;

70. William Harrison Courtney – freelancer at the RAND Corporation Research Center, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the NGO Eurasia Foundation;

71. Anthony James Cotton – Commander, US Air Force Global Strike Command (confirmed by the Senate as Commander, US Strategic Command);

72. Margery Kraus – founder and chairman of the board of directors of the PR company “Arco”;

73. Christopher Cox Crebs – co-founder of the consulting information technology company Krebs Stamos group;

74. Stephen Krupin, Managing Director of S.K.D.K., a public relations company;

75. Christopher E. Kubasik, Chairman and CEO, L3Harris Technologies;

76. Robert M. Lightfoot Jr. – Executive Vice President, Lockheed Martin Corporation;

77. Thomas Laliberty – Head of Division, Raytheon Technologies;

78. Cynthia Marie Lummis Wiedersphahn – Republican Senator from Wyoming;

79. Michael Shumway Lee – Republican Senator from Utah;

80. Megan Beth Lott, Senior Director, Benevolent Partnerships, Institute for the Study of War;

81. Ben Ray Lujan – Democratic Senator from New Mexico;

82. Jessica Ann Lewis – US Deputy Secretary of State;

83. Tanya F. Mayorkas – wife of US Secretary of Homeland Security A. Mayorkas;

84. Andrew Mac, Head of the Washington branch of the Ukrainian law firm Asters Law;

85. Judy McCarthy – wife of a member of the House of Representatives K. McCarthy;

86. Linda Mays McCaul – wife of Member of the House of Representatives M. McCaul;

87. James McConnell – Deputy Head of the National Nuclear Security Administration at the US Department of Energy;

88. Cynthia Malkin – wife of Senator R. Blumenthal;

89. Bruce Hartling Mann – husband of Senator E. Warren;

90. Gayle Connelly Manchin – wife of Senator J. Manchin;

91. Verne Martell – husband of Senator L. Murkowski;

92. Roger Wayne Marshall – Republican Senator from Kansas;

93. Dara Massicot, Senior Research Fellow, RAND Corporation Research Center;

94. Jason Gaverick Matheny, President and CEO, RAND Corporation Research Center;

95. Catherine A. Holahan Murphy – wife of Senator C. Murphy;

96. Christopher T. Metz, Chief Executive, Defense Company Vista Outdoors;

97. Simone-Marie Meeks – wife of G. Meeks, member of the House of Representatives;

98. Frank Miller (Franklin Carroll Miller) – head of the lobbying firm Scowcroft Group;

99. Alexander Mitchell – Director of External Relations, Institute for the Study of War;

100. Derek James Mitchell – President, National Democratic Institute for International Affairs;

101. Gerald Wesley Moran – Republican Senator from Kansas;

102 Alexander J. Motyl, Professor, Rutgers University;

103. Ronald S. Moultrie – US Deputy Secretary of Defense;

104 Lisa Ann Murkowski – Republican Senator from Alaska;

105. Lisa Murray – wife of J. McGovern, member of the House of Representatives;

106 Patty Murray – Democratic Senator from Washington State;

107. Brian Eddie Nelson – Senior Deputy Secretary of the Treasury;

108. Gavin Christopher Newsom – Governor of California;

109. Scott A. Nathan – Senior Manager, International Development Finance Corporation;

110. William H. Osborne, Senior Vice President, Division of The Boeing Company;

111. Catherine Aucella – Executive Director of the US National Security Agency;

112. Thomas Jonathan Ossoff – Democratic Senator from Georgia;

113. Charlene D. Austin – wife of US Secretary of Defense L. Austin;

114. Alejandro Padilla – Democratic Senator from California;

115. Michael Pyle – Deputy Assistant to the President of the United States for Homeland Security;

116. John V. Parachini, Senior Research Fellow, RAND Corporation Research Center;

117. Steve Parker, Vice President and General Manager, Bombers and Fighters, The Boeing Company;

118. Jerome Hayden Powell – Chairman of the US Federal Reserve;

119. Paul Pelosi (Paul Pelosi) – the spouse of the speaker of the House of Representatives N. Pelosi;

120. David Howell Petraeus – Former Director of the US Central Intelligence Agency;

121. Michael Petruzzello, Managing Director, PR agency Corvis Communications;

122. John Pearson – Assistant Attorney for the State of Texas;

123. Michael T. Plehn – President, US National Defense University;

124. Jay Robert Pritzker – Governor of Illinois;

125. Nicole Weyerhaeuser Piasecki, non-executive director of the BIA Systems group of companies;

126. Brian Raduenz, Chief Executive Officer, AIVIX Airspace;

127. John William Raymond – Former Commander, US Space Operations Command;

128. Charles Anthony Richard – Commander, US Strategic Command;

129. Vicki Risch – wife of Senator J. Risch;

130. Elizabeth Rosenberg – US Deputy Secretary of the Treasury;

131. Bryan Rosselli, Vice President, Raytheon Technologies Division;

132. Cecilia Elena Rouse – Chair of the White House Council of Economic Advisers;

133. Frank A. Rose – First Deputy Head of the National Nuclear Security Administration under the US Department of Energy;

134. Jill M. Hruby – US Senior Deputy Secretary of Energy, Head of the National Nuclear Security Administration;

135. Michael Rubin – Expert, NGO American Enterprise Institute;

136. Jeanette Dousdebes Rubio – wife of Senator M. Rubio;

137. Blair Aldridge Ruble – Distinguished Fellow at the Center. V. Wilson, former director of the NGO Kennan Institute;

138. Helen Garrison Howell Wray – wife of Director of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation K. Ray;

139. Bernard Sanders – Independent Senator from Vermont;

140. Christopher Scolese – Director of the US National Space Intelligence Agency;

141 Timothy Eugene Scott – Republican Senator from South Carolina;

142. Ann Scott – wife of Senator R. Scott;

143. Tony Sloan, Development Director, Institute for the Study of War;

144. Christine Elizabeth Smith – Democratic Senator from Minnesota;

145 Timothy David Snyder Professor of Yale University;

146. Bradley Chance Saltzman – Commander, US Space Operations Command;

147. Alexander Soros – Deputy Chairman of the Open Society Foundations;

148. Deborah Ann Stabenow – Democratic Senator from Michigan;

149. James George Stavridis – Former Commander, US European Command, Former Supreme Allied Commander Europe;

150. Daniel Tannenbaum – Expert, NGO Atlantic Council, Partner at Oliver Weyman Law Firm;

151 James Donald Taiclet President and CEO of Lockheed Martin Corporation;

152. Richard K. Templeton, President and CEO, Texas Instruments;

153. Raymond Jon Tester – Democratic Senator from Montana;

154. Stefanie Tompkins – Director of the US Department of Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency;

155. David Turk – US Deputy Secretary of Energy;

156. John Randolph Thune – Republican Senator from South Dakota;

157. Kimberley Thune – wife of Senator J. Thune;

158. Thomas Hawley Tuberville – Republican Senator from Alabama;

159. Nancy Bass Wyden – wife of Senator R. Wyden;

160. Penny White – vice president of division of the Boeing Company;

161. Gretchen Whitmer – Governor of Michigan;

162. Celeste Ann Wallander – US Deputy Secretary of Defense;

163. Martin Joseph Walsh – US Secretary of Labor;

164. Raphael Gamaliel Warnock – Democratic Senator from Georgia;

165. Elizabeth Warren (Elizabeth Ann Warren) – Democratic Senator from Massachusetts;

166. Tomas S. Warrick – Senior Fellow, NGO Atlantic Council;

167. Marcia Louise Fudge – U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development;

168. Tay Fitzgerald, Divisional Manager, Raytheon Technologies;

169. Shai Franklin, Founder of the lobbying firm Yeur Global Strategies;

170. William Hagerty (William Francis Hagerty IV) – Republican Senator from Tennessee;

171. Cindy Hyde-Smith – Republican Senator from Mississippi;

172. Cameron Hardesty – Retired White House Staff;

173. Benjamin H. Harris – US Deputy Secretary of the Treasury;

174. Margaret Coldwell Wood Hassan – Democratic Senator from New Hampshire;

175. Rebecca Hersman, Director, Defense Threat Reduction Agency, US Department of Defense;

176. Mark Phillip Hertling – Former Commander, US Army Europe;

177. James A. Hursch, Director of the US Department of Defense Security Cooperation Agency;

178 John Wright Hickenlooper Jr. – Democratic Senator from Colorado;

179. Jon Anthony Hill – Director of the US Department of Defense Missile Defense Agency;

180. Christopher Hill (Christopher Hill) – stepson of US Secretary of Defense L. Austin;

181. Reginald Hill – stepson of US Secretary of Defense L. Austin;

182. John-Paul Himka – historian;

183. Mazie Keiko Hirono – Democratic Senator from the State of Hawaii;

184. Larry Hogan (Lawrence Joseph Hogan Jr.) – Governor of Maryland;

185. Debra Hollan (Debra Anne Haaland) – US Secretary of the Interior;

186. Joshua David Hawley – Republican Senator from Missouri;

187. Amos J. Hochstein, White House Special Coordinator for Energy Security and Global Infrastructure;

188 John Henry Hoeven III – Republican Senator from North Dakota;

189. Kristina Hook – Associate Professor, University of Kennesaw (Georgia);

190. Melinda Harring – Deputy Director of the Eurasia Center at the NGO Atlantic Council;

191. Elaine Chao – wife of Senator M. McConnell;

192. David R. Shedd – Expert, NGO Heritage Foundation;

193. Adam M. Sheinman – Special Representative of the President of the United States for Nuclear Nonproliferation;

194. Richard Craig Shelby – Republican Senator from Alabama;

195. Richard Edelman – CEO of the PR agency “Edelman PR”, member of the board of directors of the NGO “Atlantic Council”;

196. Anne Elizabeth Applebaum – journalist and writer;

197. Alan F. Estevez – US Senior Deputy Secretary of Commerce;

198. Crystal Ashby (Crystal E. Ashby) – Director of the group of companies “B-Ay-E Systems”;

199. Daniel L. Jablonsky, President and CEO, Maxar Technologies;

200. Todd Christopher Young – Republican Senator from Indiana.

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